2024 National Science Week Engagement Grant Winners

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The Tasmanian National Science Week Coordinating Committee and Inspiring Australia (Tasmania) awarded 17 Tasmanian National Science Week Engagement Grants for a total of $63,000 to support individuals and organisations who will deliver a public science, technology, engineering, maths or medicine (STEMM) themed activity as part of the National Science Week festival.

This year, Engagement grants were available to support 1) a public STEM engagement event/activity or 2) to support a program of STEM events/activities delivered outside of the Greater Hobart area.

Here are this year’s grant winners!

Public STEM engagement event/activity

Australian Association for Environmental Education
Blackmans Bay Marine Science Excursion

Casey Garrett Consulting
STEM Afternoon Tea

Circular Head Council
The Circular Head Science Gig

Friends of larapuna coast – Wildcare
The larapuna/Bay of Fires Community Weekend

Nipaluna Nursery
Wild Food

University of Tasmania
The Vaginal Vignettes

Program of STEM events/activities delivered outside of the Greater Hobart area

Australian Association for Environmental Education
Nature Journaling

Bookend Trust
Discovering Call Trackers

Inala Nature Tours
The science of selecting, planting and establishing trees

Dr Penny Jones
Exhale: the Art and Science of Relaxation

Latrobe Council
Chocolate Investigations

Meander Valley Council
The Enchanting World of Slime Moulds and Other Hidden Gems

Nipaluna Nursery
Healing Country- Stories of Landscape Recovery

Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery
Science Week at QVMAG

Sustainability Learning Centre
STEM Roadshow

Tasmanian Land Conservancy
WildTracker Exhibition

University of Tasmania
Science of Brewing

Congratulations to all of this year’s grant winners! This year’s National Science Week Tasmania is shaping up to be a great one!